Gauss - Lets denote the differences Thus if the error...

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Convergence of Gauss-Seidel iterative method for 2 simultaneous equations Proceeding from the k th to the ( k +1) th iteration (1) (2) Substituting the value of from eqn. (2) into eqn. (1) (3)
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Likewise, from ( k +1) th iteration to ( k +2) th iteration (4) Subtracting eqn. (4) from eqn. (3)
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Unformatted text preview: Lets denote the differences Thus if the error (difference between successive iterations) is to decrease, we must have Exactly the same condition (5) holds if we eliminate x 2 and work with x 1 (5)...
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